Noam Dar is a man in demand after his wrestling heroics wowed fans at the recent Maximum Impact event in Scotland.
The Israeli teen sensation underlined his status as the sport’s most exciting up and coming talent after retaining his tag-team title alongside partner Liam Thomson.
Dynamic Dar, 17, stole the show at the Magnum Centre in Irvine last week and now has a number of wrestling companies fighting for his signature.
After moving to Scotland from Tel Aviv at the age of six, Dar was trained up by the Premier British Wrestling Company where he has since made his name.
But now a whole host of talent scouts are keen to sign up Ayrshire-based wrestler following his latest exploits.
“I had some very good feedback following the showing at Maximum Impact,” he said.
“Now there are companies from all over the world who are wanting to offer me dates on their tours.
“I already have bookings to wrestle in Germany and Spain and I’m also hoping to get some dates in Denmark.
“But there has been interest from places such as Japan too and I’m just really happy about it.
“It’s amazing the publicity I’ve had in recent weeks leading up to the event and afterwards.
“It’s all good for my career now and it’s great to see so many people taking an interest.”
Dar’s next big date is on November 27 in Dumbarton where he will defend his tag-team title alongside Thomson.